News from IMBIM
- Mikael Sellin is awarded with The Lennart Philipson Award 2018
- New research from Uppsala University shows that even low concentrations of antibiotics can lead to the development of high antibiotic resistance in bacteria.
- The European Research Council (ERC) has allocated a total of € 653 million in grants for the announcement of the 2017 ERC Advanced Grants. Uppsala University receives a contribution in life sciences. This grant goes to Carl-Henrik Heldin, cancer researcher at IMBIM.
- Gerli Rosengren Pielberg has been appointed as a lecturer in genomics.
- A new study shows that there has been a larger gene flow than previously thought among elephant species, both living and extinct. In addition, it points out that African savannah elephants and forest elephants should be seen as two different species.
Publicerat vid IMBIM
- A comprehensive genomic history of extinct and living elephants. 2018
- Facilitated sequence assembly using densely labeled optical DNA barcodes: A combinatorial auction approach. 2018
- Emerging arboviruses: Why today?. 2017
- TGF-beta Family Signaling in Ductal Differentiation and Branching Morphogenesis. 2018
- The controversial role of mast cells in fibrosis. 2018
- Intracellular trafficking of transforming growth factor beta receptors. 2018
- Identification of binding sites on the regulatory A subunit of protein phosphatase 2A for the catalytic C subunit and for tumor antigens of simian virus 40 and polyomavirus.. 1992
- Loss of DNA-binding and new transcriptional trans-activation function in polyomavirus large T-antigen with mutation of zinc finger motif.. 1990
- JUNB governs a feed-forward network of TGF beta signaling that aggravates breast cancer invasion. 2018
- Analysis of inherited and somatic variants to decipher canine complex traits. 2018